I like new Purdue football skipper Darrell Hazell. He avoids the ho-hum coach speak that puts you to sleep.
In this file photo, former Kent State and new Purdue head coach Darrell Hazell answers questions during a Nov. 29 news conference in Detroit for the MAC Championship game at Ford Field against Northern Illinois.
WEST LAFAYETTE | Darrell Hazell spent most of his coaching career telling others to "be great." Now he'll try to live up to that message at Purdue.
CHAMPAIGN | Ralph Bolden and his Purdue teammates have been through a lot, but they're one win from bowl eligibility following a 20-17 victory at Illinois Saturday.
DETROIT | Western Michigan coach Bill Cubit was thrilled after he found out his team would be playing in a bowl close to home.
Indiana football coach Kevin Wilson, Purdue football coach Danny Hope and Illinois football coach Ron Zook share their thoughts and memories from Sept. 11, 2001.
Purdue head coach Danny Hope talks with the media during Big Ten Football Media Day on Thursday.
Purdue head football coach Danny Hope spoke with the media at the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago.
The Fickle Finger Of Fate picked through the 2010 Big Ten football season like a bargain shopper, discarding items it had no use for.
COLUMBUS, Ohio | No. 11 Ohio State wanted to heal a pair of wounds, one of them a year old, the other just a week.
SOUTH BEND | Playing defense is like going on a blind date. It's a tough sell as you knock on the door with your car engine still running.
You've got to admire Purdue coach Danny Hope. He opens his season today at Notre Dame, hardly a cupcake team like most coaches prefer.
The tires on your SUV are so bald, you can see your reflection. The battery needs a jump. The brakes are a rosary and crossed fingers.
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